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      03-20-2011, 08:06 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by hotrod182 View Post
I may make a summary when I achieve my final test goals.

Did you actually notice a quantifiable difference when going to the larger nozzle? In actual dyno/acceleration tests, or just monitoring your timing? Did IATs fall further? This things sucks up the meth like a drunker sailor though. Everyday I go out for some test driving, I end up using a gallon of the stuff. I can't imagine what it will be like when I turn on the second nozzle.
To be honest I didnt do any testing besides some ignition datalogs. I only went to an m12 nozzle as a "buffer" since I'm an otherwise stock car. I just wanted to make sure I had enough buffer for safety. Ignition was full on the m10 and m12. 17 and 18 PSI. When I say safety I mean avoiding any knock and keeping full ignition even if flow were to be reduced via a small leak or clog.

It does drink a lot but I rarely get the chance to run all out by me. Usually last me a good month the way I drive.
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